Groestlcoin & iExec: A tale of two cryptos, the sequel

Huh, now who saw this coming? I didn't to be quite honest. I mean, I know I sort of mentioned how GRS was somewhat undervalued but still one to keep an eye on as they were down but not out which is why I got a small bag again, but I didn't expect this. It really hadn't been doing much lately and price wise compared to iExec, Groestl trailed behind so much one would think they would never be equals again, but today it sort of happened.

Not sure why iExec lost so much value this past week and similarly I could not find any logical reason for the GRS price jump, but the timing could not have been better which is why these two now meet again in the same price range. Good for you GRS, goes to show that Binance delisting does not mean the end for a crypto project.

Now is the time to convert a large portion of that GRS bag into some cheap BTC and wait it out to see what happens next, which most likely is just some more red candles and downward trends, but who cares.🟥🕯️📉 I would cut down on iExec as well to be honest had they not lost so much value the past week. It would be a fun nostalgic trip for me to have the exact same amount of these two again and sort of restart the race. Got to at least try to feed the bears and keep things interesting for myself in these dark times.😉


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